Bellanger Beach, Western Australia, Australia
If you're in to surfing the sets at the mouth on Bellanger Beach can be pretty good. During the winter months, from the beach, you will be able to see whales playing in the bay.
There is a great walk trail over to shelley beach that can be reached by dinghy. From our Eastern Channel Mooring dinghy up to the WOW Cruises jetty, tie up and walk up the steps to the walk trail.
From the beach you can see Saddle Island and you may be able to catch a glimpse of dolphins playing in the surf.
6684 South Coast Hwy, Nornalup WA 6333
Dinghy up the Frankland River to the Nornalup jetty and after a short stroll to the main road, discover “a little gem” – food, wine and great coffee in lovely relaxing surroundings.
The Nornabar is situated in the litle village of Nornalup 4kms from the Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk. The Nornabar is a licensed restaurant offering delicious meals – some with an Asian flavour – a selection of wines from local wineries and wine producing areas of Australia, beers from local breweries and further afield… all served with friendly service.
They are open everyday (except Monday) from 10:00am for Breakfast & Lunch, with Dinner served on Friday & Saturday nights from 6:00pm.
Valley of the Giants Road, Tingledale WA, Australia
The Valley of the Giants Tree Top Walk
A short Drive from Walpole is the magnificent Tree Top Walk. A must see to fully appreciate the magnificence of our natural wilderness.
Take a look at the Ancient Empire walk and Tree Top Walk video
Make it part of a day trip while enjoying your Houseboat Holiday. There's plenty to see and do around the region.
Walpole WA, Australia
Moor your houseboat at Sealer's Cove and dinghy into shore. There is a fantastic walk trail across to Circus Beach. This magnificent beach is only accessibe by boat and from this walk trail.
It is told that one of our early pioneering families used to break and train horses on the beach and from the top of the hill it looked like a bit of a Circus and this is where the beach derived its name.
A walk along the beach will lead you to the 'Fountain of Youth' a crystal clear spring of pure fresh water.
Mount Frankland Road, North Walpole WA, Australia
Get a birds eye view of the rugged and wild Mount Frankland National Park and the Walpole Wilderness from the summit of Mount Frankland.
From the top of Mount Frankland you have 360 degree views of the Walpole Wilderness. The forests, wetlands and heathlands below you are home many unique plants and animals. See if you can track the course of the Frankland River as it makes its way to the coast.
Mount Frankland is about 30 minutes drive from Walpole. The last section of road is unsealed but accessible to conventional vehicles.